Abstract—Whether Special educational students in a
vocational school can work and integrate into this competitive
society in the future, surely vocational skills teaching of
vocational education is one of the elements of success. From the
educational perspective, technical vocational education is
through the implementation of skills test; for students’
perspective, there must be taken in account their interest in
learning and employment needs. For Special educational
students in a vocational school, if they can obtain C-level
technical certificate, it will be a sure way to increase their
self-confidence. After graduation, that can also increase student
employment opportunities, and improve the success rate of
employment. In the modern teaching environment, how to use
information technology and how to appropriate all kinds of
teaching technology or media into curriculum design and
teaching methods --these have become a challenge for teachers.
The purpose of this paper is to explore the effectiveness of
Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) in the application of C
–level Technical Learning of Computer software applications
for special educational students in a vocational school. The
A-B-A-B reversion design of single tester was used in the study,
while the independent variable is computer-aided instruction
teaching and dependent variable as learning effectiveness of the
tester. In this study, after four weeks of experiments, we found
that the application of computer-aided instruction to train
Special educational students in the computer software C-level
technical learning, can improve student learning effectiveness.
Index Terms—Special educational student, computer-assisted instruction, technical certificate.
Wan-Ju Chen is with the Department of Business Administration, Taiwan Shoufu University. No.168, Nanshih Li, Madou district, Tainan City 72153, Taiwan (e-mail: email@example.com).
Hong-Min Lin is with the Department of Counselling, National Taichung Industrial High School. No.191, Gaogong Rd, South District, Taichung City, 40241, Taiwan (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Wan-Ju Chen and Hong-Min Lin, "The Learning Effectiveness of Application of Computer Assisted Instruction to C-Level Technical Test of Computer Software for Special Educational Students," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 17-21, 2018.